Holly and Michaels wedding plans were now complete and the time had come for the bride and groom, and all their guests, to fly over to Malaga for their wedding in Spain.
All of their 55 guests had booked to stay in a lovely 5* boutique hotel close to where their beach wedding venue in Malaga was located, which meant they could all be together and could enjoy the celebrations as one big group.
Pre wedding parties had been planned, including a stag and hen party, in the nearby Marina, which definitely helped to build the excitement for all their wedding guests.
The wedding day had finally arrived and Holly woke up to clear blue Spanish skies and beaming sunshine; what more could a bride want on the day of her wedding in Malaga, Spain!
Holly’s close friend helped with her hair and make up, so she felt completely relaxed, especially when David Toms arrived to take those all important photographs, and who also captured some fabulous shots of the church and beach wedding venue Holly & Michael had chosen.
Transport had been arranged for guests who were picked up by coach and taken to the church over looking the hills with views of the Mediterranean Sea.
Sunshine Weddings Spain had introduced the bridal couple to Laura who sang soprano to guests as they arrived at the church, and then gave a rendition of Eva Cassidy’s “Song Bird” to the procession lead by Holly & her bridesmaids who were all dressed in ivory with stunning matching bouquets of white roses with a mixture of soft pink.
All the guests enjoyed the wedding ceremony in the fabulous church; Laura’s voice echoed throughout the service in between Holly and Michael’s vows singing the newly wed couple out of the church during their recessional. They left the church where guests followed them to a nearby tapas bar, a few minutes walk away, and as guests gathered near to the fountain and took shade on the terrace they enjoyed some light tapas and drank cava and beer in the main square, whilst being entertained by a harpist.
David Toms their Spanish wedding photographer made sure he mingled in the crowd and enjoyed taking some great photos of the bridal party with the backdrop of the white washed Andalucian style village providing some stunning shots for the bride and groom.
Guests were then lead to private buses which took them to their beach wedding venue in Malaga to enjoy a feast which was laid out overlooking the beach where they drank and chatted whilst watching the sun sink below the sea line – the scene was simply breathtaking.
Holly and Michael cut their wedding cake and then took to the dance floor for their first dance as husband and wife, they looked on at the romantic setting they had created and knew they had made the best decision to have the most important and very special day of their lives; getting married and having their dream wedding in Spain.